Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Faux Fur Vest: New Statement in Designer Clothes Fashion

In today's designer clothing fashion, faux fur is making a big statement as the hot transitional item to be paired with any designer clothes. It has been cropping up everywhere, from runway to street looks, and looks especially fresh in cropped and vest silhouettes. However, the item that is making waves on both celebs and fashionistas alike is the fake fur vest. Faux fur vest is the perfect way to start wearing your floaty floral blouses and light tees while keeping warm and looking stylish, and many designer such as Polo Ralph Lauren create styles for this new trend.

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There are a many different ways to wear this hot new take on fur, consider these tips for a few different directions to give you a jump start on your new look:

Uptown Girl Look: Keep the rest of your look streamlined and simple, with straight or skinny pants and a long-sleeved tee. Knee high boots keep the look sexy and fashion forward, while heels are always a go-to way to look your polished best. Make sure you stick to simple earrings and light bangles if you wear any jewelry at all.

Downtown Diva Look: Undone motorcycle boots and leggings with a patterned top can give you a hip take on the downtown look. If you chose to go in this direction, layer some long necklaces over a basic top or tee, and try a bedhead do to work. Smudge your eye makeup and strut your stuff, but make sure you only look grungy.

Hippie Chic Look: This look is the ultimate way to usher in springtime before the temperature hits rises Sheer chiffony dresses in modern floral patterns and watercolor prints are the perfect pairing with a faux fur vest. This outfit would be perfect with anything from sandals to boots, and you can even layer it over skinny jeans until the weather really heats up.

Make the faux fur vest your own, whatever look you go for. Play around with your own personal style.


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